Dr. Nzisa Liku is a clinician, a public health practitioner and a health information systems design and implementation expert.
She is passionate about using data to inform decisions and works to ensure that policy makers can have all the information they require to design public health projects with far-reaching impact.
In the last 5 years, she has led projects focused on supporting the Kenya Ministry of Health to improve information management at health facility level by supporting design and implementation of various health information systems (HIS). In 2018, she led a countrywide project assessing the HIS implemented in all public facilities.
Currently, she is supporting the Ministry of Health to assess the COVID-19 care and treatment capacity in the country.
Nzisa is also a Mandela Washington Fellowship alumnus, a member of the Kenya Health Informatics Association (KeHIA) and an advisor & mentor at Good Kenyan, a local social enterprise. She has recently won a grant to organize a workshop supporting Good Kenyan to improve their fundraising knowledge and skills.